Zachary Stevenson performs as Buddy Holly during the tour.

Buddy and the Beatles at ACT

Two of Canada’s top tribute acts will bring back the music of both to the stage.

Buddy Holly helped shape the career of the Beatles.

Two of Canada’s top tribute acts will bring back the music of both to the stage at the ACT in Maple Ridge on May 25 for the Buddy and the Beatles Tour.

Buddy Holly and the Fab Fourever will hit the stage starting at 7:30 p.m. as Zachary Stevenson takes on the role of Buddy Holly, something the guitar aficionado has done in more than 10 productions of the Buddy Holly Story in North America.

With an authenticity of costumes and instruments, The Fab Fourever features Kevin Davey as John Lennon, personifying the essence of Lennon’s attitude, musicianship and unique vocal talents.

Jody Tennant lines up in the role of Paul McCartney, as he charms audiences with his stage antics, great vocal range, and not to forget, his left-handed playing.

Charles Boname takes on George Harrison, and has the ability to make his guitar sing on stage much the same way the “quiet Beatle” once did.

Paul Kaszonyi rounds out the band playing Ringo Starr as the perfect compliment to the band.

The Fab Fourever perform all of the Beatles unforgettable hits including, Can’t Buy Me Love, She Loves You, and Twist and Shout.

• Tickets are available online at www.theactmapleridge.org or by calling 604-476-2787.

 

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